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Premier League: Liverpool and Jurgen Klopp also lose to Brighton


It's still going downhill: After the league bankruptcy against Brentford a week ago, Liverpool FC is subject again - this time clearly. In eighth place, the Klopp team is already seven points behind the Champions League ranks.

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Jürgen Klopp follows the bankruptcy of his team

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Liverpool have suffered another defeat in the English Premier League.

At Brighton & Hove Albion, coach Jürgen Klopp's team lost clearly 0:3 (0:0).

The level of bankruptcy was okay.

After their sixth defeat of the season, Liverpool slipped to eighth place in the table and are seven points behind fourth place, which qualifies for the Champions League.

They were 16 points behind leaders Arsenal on Saturday night.

Solly March put his side ahead in the 47th minute.

Six minutes later, the 28-year-old followed up.

Dutch striker Cody Gakpo, who joined Liverpool from PSV Eindhoven in December, remained invisible for much of the game as the visitors struggled to gain possession and failed to create any significant chances.

March rounded off an excellent performance by heading in substitute Danny Welbeck with a header from a throw-in.

Welbeck lobbed the ball over a defender and shoved it into the net for his first Premier League goal of the season (82').

The win moves Brighton to seventh in the table on 30 points, two points ahead of Liverpool, who are struggling with form and injuries.

After the league defeat (1: 3) against FC Brentford a week ago, the Reds in the FA Cup did not get beyond a 2: 2 draw against Wolverhampton Wanderers at Anfield.

Therefore, there will be a replay at Wolves on January 17th.


Source: spiegel

All sports articles on 2023-01-14

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